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14bb88dc7de684b0ada21ae1c7d5c1c4400c77f2 — Nate Ijams 1 year, 6 months ago 7fcaca5
Add proper image attribution for new article.
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M content/2021/reflections-on-2020/index.md
M content/2021/reflections-on-2020/index.md => content/2021/reflections-on-2020/index.md +2 -2
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tags:
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This last year has been crazy for everyone, but it’s a senior year I will never forget. The weirdest part is the lack of major ‘landmarks’ to mark the passage of time from the spring and summer. Plans were canceled of course, but looking back, it’s strange to have to remind myself that all of these things were more than a year ago, instead of just a few months. It’s made me take more notice of time and how I spend it, whether alone or with family. The world keeps turning though, and despite all that has happened, I’m still graduating in what seems like the quickest school year of my life. Well, I guess it’s time to move on to the next chapter and as long as we don’t forget what happened this year, I think we’ll be okay. 

\- Aria Hansen
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\- Aria Hansen